The 12th annual Ice Cream Social at the Chattanooga Market was held on Sunday, July 10th, allowing market-goers the chance to sample and vote for their favorite ice cream flavors.
Five local creameries, including Cold Stone Creamery, Clumpie’s Ice Cream, Mayfield, Milk & Honey, and The Ice Cream Show all participated in the annual fundraiser held at the Chattanooga Market to benefit Chambliss Center for Children. The Signal Mountain Boulevard Baskin Robbins was unable to participate this year, but is generously making a contribution to the agency.
After testing 10 different flavors, participants voted for their favorites in two categories, “Best Pure Flavor” and “Best Flavor with Inclusions”. The competition was very tight, however, coming out on top in both categories was Milk & Honey with their Salted Caramel as the “Best Pure Flavor” and Oreo Cheesecake as the “Best Flavor with Inclusions”.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation funded a one-year planning grant to Chambliss Center for Children in order to gather data and have authentic conversations with families living in poverty.
The information gathered from 356 parents over 30+ breakfasts, lunches and dinners has been compiled in to a report. Click here to view a video summarizing some of the findings. If you would like a copy of the report, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Date for our 17th annual Bunny Hop!, which will be held on Friday, May 5th at the First Tennessee Pavilion. Chairmen for this year's event are Dr. Tonia & Will Cox and Mark Hite, who will work hard alongside a talented committee to arrange the decorations, auction, food and children’s activities. More information coming soon!
Chambliss Center for Children recently announced plans for transitional living for youth “aging out” of state custody. Plans are to build two duplex, one-bedroom apartments that will give four young adults a place to live while counselors teach them basic life skills. It will be open to teens from Chambliss Center for Children’s Residential Program, which includes foster care and an 8-bed group home, as well as for youth from other agencies in the area.
Our 5th Annual Mardi Gras Gala will take place on Friday, February 24th at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center.
The evening is presented in collaboration with Events with Taste Catering and features Cajun-inspired fare, cocktails, a Dixieland Jazz Quartet, late-evening DJ & dance party, and lots of New Orleans-style fun. Click here to purchase your tickets!
We have recently signed up to be a part of Amazon Smile. This program allows Amazon shoppers to pick a charity, and Amazon will donate a portion of all purchases to that charity. It's simple and easy to get registered. Simply click this link and follow the instructions! Then, you just need to shop! The more money you spend, the more Amazon will donate. Share with all of your friends to help us earn even more money!
If you like to shop and want an easy way to help us, check out our Amazon Wish Lists! Our Early Childhood Education Amazon Wish List contains dolls, craft supplies, classroom furniture, dress-up clothes, puzzles, blocks, and anything else you can imagine would be beneficial for an early childhood education classroom. Our Residential Program Amazon Wish List has items such as housewares, art supplies, video games and more for youth living in our group home. All of the items should be tax free and will be shipped directly here. We appreciate your help in providing the highest quality care to hundreds of children!
Our 20th annual golf tournament will be held at Council Fire on Tuesday, October 25, 2016. If you are interested in sponsoring or participating, please contact Katie Harbison at 423-468-1122 or email@example.com.